Lt George Rowley Brand RN
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- Revolutionary/Napoleonic (1792-1815)
'Sacred to the Memory of / Lieut. GEORGE ROWLEY BRAND. R.N., / Commander of His Majesty's schooner 'Unique' / who after receiving upwards of 30 wounds in various actions, was killed at the early age of 24, / Whilst gallantly leading his men to board / A French ship of double his force. / The French in admiration of his bravery, / Buried him with military honours, at Gaudeloupe. / Also of ROBERT FREDERICK BRAND / Who died 20th of May, 1808 / Aged 9 years. / Also of Lieut. THOMAS DICKINSON BRAND R.N., / Who after a long and painful illness, / Caused by the climate of India, / Died on the 12th of Novr. 1830, aged 36 years. / Also of ALEXANDER BRAND, / Father of the above, / who died the 7th of April, 1839 / Aged 83 years. / Also of ANN, / Relict of the above mentioned Alexander Brand, / Who died on the 15th December, 1847 / Aged 91 years